The entire Fiscal Year 2016 budget will go to a vote before the full council later this week.
The New York City Council on Wednesday passed legislation to ban private sector employers from asking job applicants if they have been convicted of a crime.
City lawmakers want to make sure street food vendors meet the same standards as restaurants.
A city councilman is taking action in the wake of some new construction that is making Central Park dark even in daylight.
New York City Department of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte told lawmakers Tuesday that an additional $28 million allocated to the fiscal year 2016 budget will help fund reforms at the troubled agency.
A unanimous vote on Wednesday by the City Planning Commission has paved the way for high-rise office buildings to add evacuation elevators.
Activists gathered at City Hall Tuesday morning in support of a new proposal to put citizens on patrol to crack down on idling cars in New York City.
Exhaust coming from cars idling all around the city has one council member hoping to put an end to it, with the help of everyday citizens.
The New York City Council is holding hearings on how to improve relations between NYPD officers and residents of the city’s minority neighborhoods.
New York City lawmakers are taking a hard look at the quality of health care inmates receive at the Rikers Island jail complex and whether the city should renew a $126.6 million contract with a private health provider.
City Councilman Jumaane Williams and other advocates argue with 60,000 people in city shelters right now, that number will spike if rent protections are not strengthened.
NYC Considers Bill Requiring Doctors At All Youth Football Games, Practices To Protect Athletes From Concussions
What City Councilman Stephen Levin of Brooklyn is proposing is requiring a doctor at every youth football game, and a doctor or athletic trainer at any practice involving tackling.
There was bedlam at the New York City Council on Thursday. Demonstrators disrupted a deeply moving and symbolic vote, but protest organizers say it wasn’t supposed to happen that way.
New York City regulators say an apartment building blocks from Times Square has been turned into a de facto hotel, and they’re suing to put a stop to it.
City council members are looking at how Airbnb and other home-rentals affect New York’s economy and housing market.